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12 Reasons You Know New Orleans is Coming Back

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In no, particular order:

1.) You hear people saying "The City Is Packed."

2.) There is a line at any seafood place, in the city, stetching down the street to purchase boiled crawfish or boiled crabs.

3.) Every other car is a convertible, with it's top down and you hear great dance music.

4.) There are these strange gigantic pipes on the neutral ground of St. Charles Ave that are apparently meant for streetcar construction.

5.) You drive your car in NOEast and see FEMA trailors at every other house.

6.) The FQ is packed with drunk drag greens that are continously exclaiming "Happy Easter, Dawlin..."

7.) When you drive up the Industrial Canal Bridge on I-10 and the traffic slowes.

8.) Streets are closed off for another movie production.

9.) There are easter - egg hunts in your cousin's yard.

10.) A&P at Royal & St. Peter is open with long lines of people.....

11.) You walk down the streets of your neighborhood in the morning and smell the Morning Glory.

12.) As you walk down the streets of Downtown New Orleans, you cross bums and fixate on one who is on his knees praying over his lunch while pigeons eat it.

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In no, particular order:

1.) You hear people saying "The City Is Packed."

2.) There is a line at any seafood place, in the city, stetching down the street to purchase boiled crawfish or boiled crabs.

3.) Every other car is a convertible, with it's top down and you hear great dance music.

4.) There are these strange gigantic pipes on the neutral ground of St. Charles Ave that are apparently meant for streetcar construction.

5.) You drive your car in NOEast and see FEMA trailors at every other house.

6.) The FQ is packed with drunk drag greens that are continously exclaiming "Happy Easter, Dawlin..."

7.) When you drive up the Industrial Canal Bridge on I-10 and the traffic slowes.

8.) Streets are closed off for another movie production.

9.) There are easter - egg hunts in your cousin's yard.

10.) A&P at Royal & St. Peter is open with long lines of people.....

11.) You walk down the streets of your neighborhood in the morning and smell the Morning Glory.

12.) As you walk down the streets of Downtown New Orleans, you cross bums and fixate on one who is on his knees praying over his lunch while pigeons eat it.

Aside from the FEMA trailers and trolley reconstruction, it sounds like the same ol' New Orleans! :D

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In no, particular order:

1.) You hear people saying "The City Is Packed."

2.) There is a line at any seafood place, in the city, stetching down the street to purchase boiled crawfish or boiled crabs.

3.) Every other car is a convertible, with it's top down and you hear great dance music.

4.) There are these strange gigantic pipes on the neutral ground of St. Charles Ave that are apparently meant for streetcar construction.

5.) You drive your car in NOEast and see FEMA trailors at every other house.

6.) The FQ is packed with drunk drag greens that are continously exclaiming "Happy Easter, Dawlin..."

7.) When you drive up the Industrial Canal Bridge on I-10 and the traffic slowes.

8.) Streets are closed off for another movie production.

9.) There are easter - egg hunts in your cousin's yard.

10.) A&P at Royal & St. Peter is open with long lines of people.....

11.) You walk down the streets of your neighborhood in the morning and smell the Morning Glory.

12.) As you walk down the streets of Downtown New Orleans, you cross bums and fixate on one who is on his knees praying over his lunch while pigeons eat it.

It's really great driving around the city and seeing FEMA trailers in front of nearly every house in areas like Lakeview, and seeing more and more businesses, shops, restaurants, etc. opening back up every day. :D

New Orleans is certainly coming back!

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